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Observer/Advocate
P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
Phone: 507-427-2725
Fax: 507-427-2724


Mt. Lake area claimed a first set victory Thursday

night but couldn’t sustain

momentum, falling 3-1 at

Edgerton Public.

The Wolverines

took the

first set 25-22,

then led early

in the second

set before Edgerton

rallied

for a 25-22 win.

The Dutchmen

rode the

momentum

to commanding

wins in

the third and

fourth sets.

“We’ve

juggled things around a little

bit out of necessity,” MLA

Coach Kristin Pfeiffer said.

“We needed to get better on

defense. The girls are still

getting used to things, so

hopefully things smooth out

soon.

“The big thing right now

is we need to learn how

to capitalize on the other

teams’ mistakes and maintain

our own momentum.”

Signey Stoesz led MLA

with eight kills and was

13-of-14 serving. Carmen

Syverson was 13-of-13 serving

with three aces, had six

digs and five blocks. Kaylee

Wolle had eight kills and

Jaden Hoek handed out 16

set assists. Chanah Brandt

finished with seven digs.

The Wolverines (0-8, 0-2

Red Rock Conference) were

slated to host state-ranked

Heron Lake-Okabena last

night (Tuesday). The Wolverines

play at Hills-Beaver

Creek Thursday, then host

Ellsworth Tuesday.

The complete story can be found in the print
version of the Observer/Advocate.
 
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831-3455 or 1-800-658-2510 or email her at
cindyb@windomnews.com

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